Lieutenant General Bruce T. Crawford worked for the U.S. Department of the Army as the agency’s chief information officer before leaving in August 2020. In that role he was responsible for overseeing an Information Technology budget of over $12.2 billion and “[advised] the Chief of Staff of the Army on the network, communications, signal operations, information security, force structure, and equipping.” Crawford also oversaw the Army’s effort to set up a $1 billion cloud computing system.
Shortly after leaving the Pentagon, Crawford joined Jacobs Engineering Group as senior vice president of strategic development. Jacobs is an international technical professional firm which provides engineering, analysis, and designing and planning for the Department of Defense, and is a top 100 recipient in Army contracts, receiving over $341 million in fiscal year 2020 alone.
According to a press statement from the firm, “Crawford will provide strategic leadership, vision and focus to support growth and continued development and deployment of innovative solutions across an ever-expanding client base.”
Crawford will provide strategic leadership, vision and focus to support growth and continued development and deployment of innovative solutions across an ever-expanding client base.